Published on March 24th, 2010 | by Deejay Knight, Editor/Founder
Razer Keeping Things Hot for PC Gamers
This last couple weeks have been pretty hectic for Razer, one of the larger names when it comes to gaming peripherals. The company, who plans to break off into console gaming soon, has been staying true to it’s roots recently.
Just last week, they announced the first gaming mouse created for professional gamers, the Razer DeathAdder for Left-Handed gamers. Considering how long PC gaming has been around, it’s surprising to me that there haven’t been more mice solely for left-handed gamers, let alone gaming mice.
I’m right-handed though, so I don’t know what it’s like – what say you, southpaws?
On top of that, Razer has partnered with Riot Games, developer and publisher of League of Legends. When you consider that LoL took home the PC Game of the Year from quite a few websites, this can only mean good for both parties.
Limited Editon “League of Legends” editions of both the Abyssus and Sphex, with in-game runes, will be available soon.
Breaking into new territory with mice for left-handed gamers and partnering with the developer of many sites’ PC Game of the Year within a couple of weeks? Talk about dedication to your craft. Here’s hoping they’re this focused when they hit consoles with their Onza, the 360 controller announced this past January at CES!